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Tuiles are one of the classic French biscuits. They are made from 4 simple ingredients: egg white, sugar, flour, and butter. In this version, there are sliced almonds added.

To bake them evenly and for them to become nice and crunchy, it is easiest to make a template for spreading them onto the baking sheet. After baking, they are placed onto a rolling pin to give them their characteristic shape.

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Almond Tuile Biscuits

Preparation time 20 minutes
Baking time 17 minutes
Total time 37 minutes
Servings 27 biscuits



Almond Tuile Biscuits

  • 25 g egg white
  • 30 g sugar
  • 15 g all purpose flour
  • 8 g butter melted
  • 45 g almonds, sliced


Almond Tuile Biscuits

  • 1. Preheat the oven to 160°C (fan).
  • 2. Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • 3. Mark a circle with a diameter of 6cm onto the plastic sheet. Cut it out to make a stencil.
  • 4. Melt the butter and set aside.
    5. Whisk together egg white, sugar and flour.
    6. Add the butter and combine until just smooth.
    7. Fold in the almonds. Crush them a little bit with the whisk to better incorporate them into the batter.
  • 8. Spread the batter over the stencil, creating an even layer. Remove the stencil.
  • 9. Proceed with the rest of the batter.
  • 10. Bake for approximately 17 min. until golden brown.
  • 11. Remove from the oven one by one with the help of the offset spatula. Place onto the rolling pin and gently press the sides of the cookie against the rolling pin until cooled down to a point that it is not flexible anymore. Let cool completely.
  • If the biscuits turn too hard before being able to be shaped, put them back into the oven and they will become flexible again.
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